Welcome to All Saints Church, Witley

All Saints Church, Witley, Surrey


JOODS - a meeting for tweenagers first Sunday of each month 2.30pm - 4pm Sunday 4th September.
YOUTH GROUP meets at the Vicarage for a BBQ on September 2nd from 2pm - 4pm to start the new season and plan strategy for the youth team at the Quiz Night. Thereafter the Youth group will meet on the first Sunday of the month in Church at 4pm.

Quiz Night
ALL SAINT WITLEY’s famous Quiz Night takes place a little earlier this year in a different location.
Same format, same fun and same quiz master – please do come and bring as many others to make up a team of 8.
Tickets £12.00 include a hot meal. Cash bar. Raffle.
Puddings – please bring one pudding for 8 people per table and they will be auctioned.

Messy Church - September 17th

YOUNG SAINTS starts again on Sunday 11th September. Children from 3-11 are welcome to be at Young Saints on Sunday mornings in term time. The Jubilee Hall is open form 9.30am. The activities end when the children join the service for a blessing and refreshments after the service. Children of all ages are welcome at all our services and a children's corner can be found at the back of church.

LITTLE SAINTS Every Friday from 9-10.30am toys and toast, tea and coffee and lots of chat in church. Bring your pre-school children to join the fun.

NEW BEGINNINGS Our bereavement group meets on 4th Monday at 12.30 in The Star.

WOMEN'S GROUP a new venture on 2nd Mondays in The White Hart at 8.30pm. All ladies welcome

MEN'S GROUP meets every 3rd Mondays in The White Hart from 8.30pm. All men welcome

GREEN GYM Work out by strimming and clearing the grass in the churchyard. Dates to follow soon! Strimmers provided or bring your own garden tools. Buns and coffee mid-morning and a drink in the pub afterwards.

CAMEO Every Wednesday in church, coffee and chat from 10.15 - 11.30am. On Wednesday 21st September from 10.15 - 11.30am. Rob Caskie, Storyteller, to come and speak to Cameo about Antarctic Explorers. Rob has presented extensively in the UK and South Africa, including at the Royal Geographic Society in London to full houses. We are extremely lucky that he has agreed to come and speak to us. ALL welcome please do come and join us for what will be a fascinating morning.

As always, the church is open in daylight hours; do drop in and enjoy the cool, peaceful atmosphere. If you have anything you would like to share in prayer, put a leaf on the prayer tree and it will be prayed for regularly.

If anyone would like to speak to Jane or Ann, please ring or email and we will endeavour to meet you as soon as we can.

The All Saints Parish Office, is in the grounds of Witley Infant School, opposite the Church.

Wishing you every blessing
Jane and Ann

Jane Vlach         Ann Fraser
          Jane Vlach                               Ann Fraser

The parish of Witley is made up of the villages of Witley, Brook, Wormley and Sandhills. The Parish Church of All Saints dates from about 1040 and is situated just off the main Petworth Road (A283) in Church Lane, opposite the White Hart public house. Witley CofE Infant School is opposite the church and has close links with it.

Apart from a regular pattern of worship on Sundays and Holy Days, the church serves the whole parish and after recent refurbishment is available every day for a variety of uses. The door is open in daylight hours for anyone who may wish to spend a quiet few moments or longer in the peace and quiet of this ancient building.

The mission of the church in Witley is to bring the love of God to all who live and work there. The church is open to all people, and here to serve the entire parish. Everyone is welcome at all services and other events and anyone is welcome to use the space in church for their own charitable or social events where appropriate. Click here for more information on using the church for your event.

If you are new to the area you are very welcome! There are a wide range of activities going on around the church that may interest you.

A team of Pastoral Assistants visit the housebound, take Communion to those who can't get to church for whatever reason, and generally help the clergy keep an eye on pastoral needs.

Jane and Ann are always available to talk to and welcome you. Enjoy the web-site!

Please feel free to click on the links above or on the right to find out more about us.

Be sure to visit our Parish News section which is updated weekly.

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